In an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal online, Kenneth P. Green, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), discusses why the United Nations should no longer be in the business of climate change.
In the aftermath of the Copenhagen Climate conference, it is clear that the United Nations-driven process is a bust, and that any similar process requiring economic suicide and massive wealth transfers will go nowhere. It is long since time to drop this charade, take the question of climate change out of the hands of the U.N., and implement more reasonable policies.
Fostering the resilience of societies around the world in case climate disaster strikes would be a start. Central to this process is for governments to stop making things worse, as they do when they subsidize risk-taking.
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